LACNIC's Training Center announces the start of the first introductory course on IPv6, which will be held at the LACNIC Campus, a virtual space that adds e-learning to LACNIC's existing training offerings.
The introductory course con IPv6 will take place between 9 March and 25 April and will be free to attend. The training will be provided online, through four modules which participants will be able complete in their own time, at their own pace.
The proposal will provide extensive information on the new Internet protocol and has been especially designed for network administrators, software developers, network equipment providers, as well as IT students, teachers and professionals.
Monica Baez, Head of Training at LACNIC, noted that this introductory course on IPv6 seeks to address the Latin American and Caribbean community's increasing demand for training on this topic, which is essential for Internet development.
After logging in to the LACNIC Campus, participants will find a very user-friendly environment, with courses based on brief "content capsules" in video format. This first introductory course on IPv6 comprises four modules, each of which includes a series of videos explaining a specific topic as well as practical exercises and evaluations that each participant must complete. It also includes an additional module with extra IPv6-related materials and resources.
After completing the course, LACNIC will provide certificates of participation.
The number of participants is limited to 100.
Registration opens on 9 March. To register, please go to http://campus.lacnic.net/course/index.php?categoryid=3